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Window Message For Slider on Scroll Bar of List Box

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In my application I have a list box with a horizontal scroll bar.  I am trying to get some column headings to move ( which a in another list box) when the user clicks onto the scroll bar.  Although I can get this to work when the user clicks on the arrow on scroll bar, it's not working when the user moves the bar on the scroll bar.  Is anyone aware of a window message, which is sent when the user moves the bar on the scroll bar ?

I look forward to your reply.


Best Regards


Asif
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The WM_VSCROLL and WM_HSCROLL for vertical and horizontal scroll bars are sent in a variety of conditions.
Take a look at the online info for OnVScroll.

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